(August 19, 2008 – Burbank, CA) – Warner Bros. Television (WBTV) has named highly respected business affairs executives Adam Glick and Dan Limerick – both of whom serve as Senior Vice President, Business Affairs, WBTV – as the new co-heads of the business affairs department, it was announced today by Brett Paul, the company’s Executive Vice President, who oversees the division’s business (business affairs, legal, finance, administration) and production operations. WBTV has also promoted Crystal Morales to the position of Vice President, Business Affairs. In their new roles, Glick and Limerick will jointly manage the day-to-day operations of WBTV’s business affairs unit, responsible for negotiating the company’s deals with performers, producers, writers and directors for primetime series, miniseries and telefilms. They now oversee the company’s business affairs staff and will report directly to Paul. Morales will report to Glick and Limerick. “Adam and Dan are both highly effective yet fair-minded negotiators. Both possess collaborative instincts and maintain excellent relationships throughout our industry, making them true leaders of the business affairs department,” said Paul. “I am so pleased to be able to reward their efforts with this latest recognition and look forward to their continued great work together as partners atop what continues to be a remarkable group of business affairs executives. “At the same time, we are happy to reward Crystal for her important contributions to the department. Crystal’s background as a sophisticated transactional lawyer has served the department well in the continuously evolving TV landscape, and she is emerging as an important member of the business affairs team.” Glick is a nine-year veteran of the company, joining WBTV as Director, Business Affairs, in 1999, before being promoted to Vice President in 2002 and Senior Vice President in 2005. He has served as the company’s principal business affairs negotiator for the WBTV-based Jerry Bruckheimer Television, working on hit series including “Without a Trace” and “Cold Case,” as well as the highly anticipated drama series “Eleventh Hour.” Before coming to WBTV, Glick was Director, Legal & Music Business Affairs, at The Carsey/Werner Company, LLC. He began his career as a legal intern in the U.S. Attorney’s Office and was an associate at the firm of Pregerson, Richman & Luna. Glick is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Southern California School of Law. Limerick has been the business affairs point person and lead negotiator for a number of WBTV’s highest-profile producers, including J.J. Abrams and Chuck Lorre, as well as Tom Werner’s company, Good Humor TV. He also serves as WBTV’s business affairs representative on the long-running hit drama series “Smallville,” as well as number one comedy “Two and a Half Men,” “One Tree Hill,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles” and the highly anticipated new drama series “Fringe.” He joined WBTV in 2002 as Director of Business Affairs and was promoted to Vice President in September 2004 and, then, Senior Vice President in August 2007. Before that, Limerick served as Director, Business Affairs, at independent television production company Carsey-Werner-Mandabach, LLC. Before joining Carsey-Werner, he was a litigation associate at the Los Angeles-based law firm Arter & Hadden, LLP. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University and the UCLA School of Law. Morales will act as the business affairs point person for writer/producer David E. Kelley’s development and production efforts at WBTV, as well as The Shephard/Robin Company, while continuing to serve in that role for director/producer McG’s Wonderland Sound and Vision. In addition, Morales handles business affairs for comedy series “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” drama series “Supernatural,” “The Closer” and “Nip/Tuck,” as well as new drama “Privileged,” premiering in fall 2008. Immediately prior to her promotion, Morales had served as Director, Business Affairs, WBTV, since May 2005. She joined the company in September 2003 as Associate Director, Business Affairs. Prior to joining WBTV, Morales was Program Attorney, Legal Affairs, at ABC Entertainment Television Group. She was previously an Associate in the Technology Transactions and Licensing Group at law firm Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati, based in Palo Alto, Calif. Morales began her professional career as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Ricardo M. Urbina at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. She earned her juris doctor at Howard University School of Law, graduating magna cum laude. She holds a bachelor of fine arts degree from Yale University and attended Temple University’s film and media arts graduate program.
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